Chichester WEA Spring Programme 2019
Our Spring programme has three 10 x session courses : one on Film (Dreamworks : The Magical World of Cinema), with Richard Cupidi in the Studio at New Park Community Centre from 10.30-12.30 on Thursday mornings, starting on January 10th ; one on Art (Practical Art : Find your own painting style), with Frank Ferrie at St Michael’s Hall from 10.00-12.00 on Friday mornings, starting on January 11th ; and one on History (A History of Local Inns, Taverns and Alehouses), with Jennifer Goldsmith on Monday afternoons from 2.00-4.00, starting on January 7th
We are also running two fascinating Day Schools in the Studio at New Park Community Centre, both run by Richard Cupidi. Art (Art of the Russian Revolution 1917-1932), is on Saturday February 9th from 11.00-3.00, and History (The Shakers) is on Saturday March 3rd at the same time
The next committee meeting will be on Wednesday January 9th 2019, from 12.00 onwards at 35, Stockbridge Road, Chichester. Anyone interested in becoming involved as a committee member or tutor or who wants to suggest future courses is very welcome to attend
The current Chichester Branch Committee is : Lucy Younger (Chair/Venue Bookings), Irene Cooper (Agendas/Minutes), Sheila Robey (Enrolments), Catherine Tite (Finance), Jay Styles and Mike Jennings (Publicity), Anne Hollis (Reaching Out), Sarah Winter (Programme/Tutor Organiser), Sue Williams (Reaching Out) and John Ball
Please contact Sheila Robey on 01243 371952/ email@example.com for further information about attending any of these courses (you can also enrol directly online at wea.org.uk or by phone on 0300 303 3464). Course details can also be found in the WEA East and West Sussex Course Booklet located in local libraries and other centres
Please contact Lucy Younger on 01243 572245/ firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming involved in teaching or managing any of our WEA courses
The national WEA (Workers Education Association) was established over 100 years ago to provide opportunities for the mass of ordinary people who couldn’t afford further and higher education to attend courses on all sorts of subjects to widen their knowledge and provide them with qualifications. It is now the biggest provider of adult education courses in the country.